Thursday, August 12, 2010

A Cheesy Giveaway!

Summer is almost over, but there are still plenty of beautiful days for a picnic! I love picnics.  I love eating outside, relaxing and just enjoying summer.  Well Weight Watchers made my day, (and my summer) when they sent me this awesome picnic basket full of goodies, including new Weight Watchers cheese products!

The new Weight Watchers Spreadable Cheese Wedges come in four mouth-watering varieties – Original Swiss, Garlic & Herb, Parmesan Peppercorn and Jalapeño Pepper. Each wedge has only 30 calories, packs more fiber than the leading competitor and has a POINTS® value of 1. The wedges have a suggested retail price of $2.99-$3.99.

The new eight-ounce variety of Weight Watchers Reduced Fat Cream Cheese Spread is ideal for baking and snacking alike, coming with pre-measured servings and the same easy-to-spread goodness of other Weight Watchers cream cheese products. The spread boasts 40 percent less fat than regular cheese and a POINTS® value of 1 per serving. It has a suggested retail price of $1.69-$1.99.

These cheese products are delicious!!!  They are the perfect for lunch or an afternoon snack, and I'll still be able to lose that baby weight!

The best part?  Weight Watchers will be giving one my lucky readers their own Weight Watchers picnic basket!

The basket includes:

Two Weight Watchers Cheese products
Other healthy snacks
Picnic blanket
Cheese knife
2 Wine glasses
Contest Rules:

Required Entry: Leave a comment telling me your cheesiest love story

Bonus entry: Tweet about this contest/ or how you entered to win – “I entered to win a custom filled Weight Watchers Cheese Picnic basket from @JustAnotherMM #WeightWatchersCheese”

Contest ends: Thursday, August 19th at 11:59 pm.  Winner will be choosen via and contacted via email!  Good Luck!


MrsA.Woods said...

For our 2nd anniversary (which is "cotton" themed, by the way) my husband wrote the words to the song "Then", by Brad Paisley, covering an entire satin bed sheet. He sang the song to me earlier that morning, so of course I cried opening the gift. :)

wifeplzak said...

What an awesome giveaway!

I went away for the weekend and when I returned home my husband had painted the kitchen cabinets and walls just the way I wanted. I didn't even have to ask. swoon!

Busy Working Mama said...

One Christmas when we said we weren't exchanging presents my mysband surprised me with a beautiful diamond bracelet. It was so sweet...and of course the following year I had to plot really hard to try to surprise him somehow, too.

Jennie said...

My husband isn't very romantic and I have accepted that about him. When we were dating he would at least try, and once he wanted to slow dance (at his home, just the 2 of us in the livingroom). I'm sure the dancing was designed to be part of "the moves", ya know. Anyway, he put on some great jazz, and we were swaying in a circle when all of the sudden, a trumpet solo started, really staccato and loud and UN-romantic. Total mood killer. It nearly gave me a heart failure! Moral: let the girl pick the dancing music :)

Julie said...

For our 25h wedding anniversary,my husband (all by himself) a weekend getaway at a B & B that I had wanted to go to

Julie said...

I went ahead and shared this giveaway on fb-Julie Scott Laws

I know this is not an entry-but I wanted to anyway :)

RoseMillsOhio said...

Okay, I've got a cheesey one for you. It's pretty darn embarrassing, too, but it happened back (w-a-a-a-a-y back) in high school when embarrassment was pretty much my normal walking-around condition. "Sweetheart" and I had a budding romance, and I was totally enamored. He had this nice, long-sleeved shirt that he wore during the fall and winter, and I really liked it, so no doubt I complimented him ad nauseum every time he wore it, which resulted in him wearing it EVERY time he came over to my house. When spring and summer arrived, hello--it was too hot to wear long sleeves, so what's an anxious-to-please beau to do? Why, he got his mom to cut off the sleeves and make a short-sleeved shirt out of it, so he could continue wearing it every time he came over. One day he came over, wearing THE SHIRT, and he had a gift for me. I think it was the first wrapped gift he'd ever brought me, so I was pretty excited (as in "over-the-moon, couldn't-wait-to-see-what-special-gift-he-had-gotten-me-that-I-could-soon-show-off-to-my-girlfriends" excited). I carefully tore away the wrapping paper, trying not to give away how utterly thrilled I was, took off the lid of the box, and gingerly pulled back the tissue paper to see what treasure awaited me. There, lovingly folded in the bottom of the box, were the bottom halves of his shirt sleeves. A confusing mixture of emotions washed over me, and none of them, I might add, were romantic. I was excruciatingly conscious of him waiting for my reaction, and so I did what girls have done since the beginning of time, and I listened to myself lie like a rug about how amazing his gift was. That, my dear friends, was the first of many disappointments in my love life, but it ranks right near the top for cheesiest.
(I'm glad to report that, unlike my HS sweetheart, my husband is terrific at choosing gifts for me!)

Lisa said...

cheesy love husband is NOT romantic so I dont' have much. but a couple years ago we were UBER broke for our anniversary so we agreed to skip and store bought gifts and just wrote each other love letters, the ONLY one I've ever got from him. But probably the best gift (aside from my kids) I've ever gotten from him.

Kim said...

When we were first married (going on 12 years now) we were ridiculously poor so for valentines day he wrote out "I Love You" in pennies on our white tile floor and had some candles floating in my crystal bowl... cheesy but one of my favorite gifts ever.

Anonymous said...

I thought it was pretty cheesy when a former fiance proposed by kneeling on the very small and crowded floor of my small pickup truck :) I said yes and later got cold feet, but couldn't he have waited for a better time or place? *Thanks* for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Tweeted the giveaway

KV said...

My favorite animal is the penguin and my obsession grew after the movie Happy Feet. When my bf at the time went out of town he brought me back a stuffed penguin, cheesy but oh well.

Carly said...

When we first met my husband would write me a poem and email it to me every morning so it was the first thing I saw when I got to work. Then when we got engaged he printed them all out and had them bound into a book... so sweet...

Veronica said...

My babe and I met on Valentine's Day 1997 and began dating shortly thereafter. Every Valentine's Day, he would dedicate a song to me and say it was our song for that year. For our tenth anniverary, and every anniversary since, he makes me an updated cd of all our songs and tells me why those songs are perfect for us. My friends think it is super cheesy and lame, but I love it.